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Grateful Dead Live at Performing Arts Center on 1972-10-24




Set 1:
d1t01 - Tuning
d1t02 - Don't Ease Me In
d1t03 - Black Throated Wind
d1t04 - Bird Song
d1t05 - Mexicali Blues
d1t06 - Box Of Rain
d1t07 - Big Railroad Blues
d1t08 - Jack Straw
d1t09 - China Cat Sunflower ->
d1t10 - I Know You Rider
d1t11 - Big River
d1t12 - Friend Of The Devil
d1t13 - Beat It On Down The Line
d2t01 - Sugaree
d2t02 - Playing In The Band

Set 2:
d2t03 - Tuning
d2t04 - The Promised Land
d2t05 - Ramble On Rose
d2t06 - El Paso
d2t07 - Deal
d3t01 - Truckin' ->
d3t02 - Drums ->
d3t03 - The Other One ->
d3t04 - He's Gone ->
d3t05 - The Other One
d3t06 - Casey Jones
d3t07 - Johnny B. Goode


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Venue Performing Arts Center
Location Milwaukee, WI

Source Sony ECM-250 -> Cassette Master (Sony TC-153/BASF Normal Bias 120 Min Tapes)
Lineage Cassette Master (Nakamichi Dragon) -> Dat -> CD -> Samplitude Professional v10.2 -> Adobe Audition v1.5 -> FLAC
Transferred by Charlie Miller

Notes

Patch Info:
Unknown Mics -> ? -> Cassette supplies:
The Other One (5:48 - 6:25)

Notes:
-- All disc changes are seamless
-- Tape flip in Playing In The Band at 19:18
-- Recorded By a legendary local taper
-- Thanks to Dewey Gill for the discs
-- Thanks to John Wenzel for the patch source cassette
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction

Reviews

Reviewer: nostromo53 - - April 17, 2014
Subject: Wow!
Shame on me. I kinda gave up thinking I would find this whole show. I have the second set SDB, and it's very nice. Now here we have the whole show and it's not bad at all. Brings back wonderful memories of sitting third row center completely wrapped up in the incredible music (I imagine the brownies had something to do with that!) Easily in the list of my top 10 concerts. Thanks to all.
Reviewer: jjjbaggins - - October 19, 2011
Subject: Charlie Miller rides again!
I had no idea shows from '72 would still be posted, let alone Charlie Millers! These Milwaukee shows are the only October shows from '72 I (now) have, and I have most of '72. I'm buying the few Europe shows now available that I don't own, and these audience gems help me remember my roots and not get too fancy!
Reviewer: peasant - - March 28, 2011
Subject: Quality
These are legendary shows. The PAC is the house for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. People have to remember what was available for field recording back then. The bass may be a little thin, but its all there. The acoustics of the PAC weren't the best. Thanks to the legendary local taper, Charlie, Dewey, John W.....
Reviewer: CharlieMiller - - February 6, 2011
Subject: Great show
I think you guys are spoiled. This is a fine sounding recording.
Reviewer: Jim F - - February 27, 2009
Subject: Agreed
I'm the same way on this one. I was really excited when I saw it came out, and it's great that the full show now circulates and I am of course very grateful to the taper and to Mr. Miller and all involved in preserving and sharing this recording, but the quality was a bit of a disappointment. I'll probably use the aud for the patch in TOO, but other than that, I don't see the first set getting much repeated listening around here.
Reviewer: SkyDawg - - February 26, 2009
Subject: It Is What It Is
The sound quality is what it is, but the performances here are incredible once you get used to the recording. Be sure to at least check out the "Philo Stomp" beginning around 8:55 of the Other One. A truly amazing jam.
Reviewer: trapper9 - - February 26, 2009
Subject: well
I take no joy in saying that this is very hard to listen to. It's a gift that it surfaced after all these years and received the attention of the dedicated Mr. Miller. The taper and his friends knew not to screw things up by chattering through songs. But the vocals are distant to the point of being nearly inaudible, and everything is soft in the extreme. Of interest if you're collecting everything from 1972.
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